mutt. everyone at this table is going to share your story of who you think you are, who you want to be, what you ate, what you thought you were going to be and how food played into all of this. >> growing up in america, you know, food for me was probably the easiest thing to understand about like chinese culture, growing up, things like that. >> my cultural identity is grits. it is an acronym for girl raised in the south but i'm grits harlem style. >> i eat everything. i eat chitlins. i love beans of all time. i'm looking at the table, boil peanuts. if you're from the south and you know that at the church everyone has boiled peanuts, it is like a delicacy. >> very nice. food was yummy. how did you like that jacket, carol? >> loved it. it's quirky. >> i looked like mr. furly from "three's company."